"Agent-Based Evolutionary Dynamics in 1 population" is a modeling framework designed to simulate the evolution of populations of agents who play a symmetric 2-player game and, from time to time, are given the opportunity to revise their strategy.
"Leave and Let Leave" is a model designed to analyse the effect of conditional dissociation in the evolutionary emergence of cooperation. It runs an agent-based model and its mean dynamics side by side.
This is a Mathematica demonstration that shows the phase portrait of the replicator-mutator dynamics with three strategies. It also computes its rest points, and the eigenvalues at the rest points.
I am particularly interested in complex systems modelling and evolutionary game theory. Besides climbing and hiking with my family and friends, I also love doing research, lecturing and programming. More at my website.